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Saturday, May 21, 2005

World 100,000 mile record: 140 mph for 30 days averaging 40 mpg



Accordingly, Mercedes Benz’ used such a feat to launch its new V6 CDI diesel engine. It had three cars picked at random off the production line, sealed, taken to a track in Texas and run flat out for 100,000 miles. Each E 320 CDI car ran flawlessly for 30 days straight while averaging 224 kmh (140mph) and an almost unbelievable 40 miles per gallon while satisfying all Californian CARB emission standards.

http://www.gizmag.com/go/4003/


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